Bruce Jacob

Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD 
"Bruce Jacob"
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Jagasivamani M, Walden C, Singh D, et al. (2019) Analyzing the Monolithic Integration of a ReRAM-Based Main Memory Into a CPU's Die Ieee Micro. 39: 64-72
Bhati I, Chang MT, Chishti Z, et al. (2016) DRAM Refresh Mechanisms, Penalties, and Trade-Offs Ieee Transactions On Computers. 65: 108-121
Jacob B. (2016) The case for VLIW-CMP as a building block for exascale Ieee Computer Architecture Letters. 15: 54-57
Tschirhart P, Stevens J, Chishti Z, et al. (2015) Bringing modern hierarchical memory systems into focus a study of architecture and workload factors on system performance Acm International Conference Proceeding Series. 5: 179-190
Stevens J, Tschirhart P, Jacob B. (2015) The semantic gap between software and the memory system Acm International Conference Proceeding Series. 5: 43-46
Bhati I, Chishti Z, Lu SL, et al. (2015) Flexible auto-refresh: Enabling scalable and energy-efficient DRAM refresh reductions Proceedings - International Symposium On Computer Architecture. 13: 235-246
Jacob B, Zwart H. (2015) Properties of therealization of inner functions European Control Conference, Ecc 1999 - Conference Proceedings. 3411-3414
Augner B, Jacob B. (2014) Stability and stabilization of infinite-dimensional linear port-hamiltonian systems Evolution Equations and Control Theory. 3: 207-229
Bhati I, Chishti Z, Jacob B. (2013) Coordinated refresh: Energy efficient techniques for DRAM refresh scheduling Proceedings of the International Symposium On Low Power Electronics and Design. 205-210
Chang MT, Rosenfeld P, Lu SL, et al. (2013) Technology comparison for large last-level caches (L3Cs): Low-leakage SRAM, low write-energy STT-RAM, and refresh-optimized eDRAM Proceedings - International Symposium On High-Performance Computer Architecture. 143-154
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